Lacking in force (usually strength) or ability. (adjective)
Dilute, lacking in taste or potency. (adjective)
Displaying a particular kind of inflection, including: (adjective)
One of the four fundamental forces associated with nuclear decay. (adjective)
Bad or uncool. (adjective)
Examples of word weak
For the sore itself, apply weak vinegar or _very weak_ ACETIC ACID (_see_), and
It is that danger which Paul is thinking of when he tells the elders that by 'labouring' they 'ought to support the weak'; for by _weak_ he means not the poor, but those imperfect disciples who might be repelled or made to stumble by the sight of greed in an elder.
Regarding the reception of the infirm, he might have exclaimed with St. Paul: _Who is weak and I am not weak_?
I was afraid to say it in there -- I am so weak for you, Prue -- I ache so for you in all this trouble -- why, if I could feel your hands in my hair, I'd laugh at it all -- I'm so _weak_ for you, dearest. "
II. iv.204 (388,1) I pray you, father, being weak, seem so] [W: deem't so] The meaning is, since _you are weak_, be content to think yourself weak.